If you ever saw The Labyrinth and wished you could experience something similar then The Forbidden Corner is about as close as it’s possible to get without being David Bowie. This unique family attraction is weird, wonderful and great fun for all ages – and it sits at the heart of the four acre gardens in Tugpill Park.
The Forbidden Corner includes a mysterious labyrinth of tunnels and chambers, and it’s best to expect the unexpected as you make your way around them as you’ll come across a few surprises. The follies and statues that dot the gardens make this attraction delightfully curious, and you’ll be able to while away hours following paths that don’t actually lead to anywhere and stumbling upon everything from glass pyramids to the temple of the underworld.
One of the best parts of The Forbidden Corner is that it’ll get you thinking. Remember Dungeons and Dragons? You’ll be faced with choices and dilemmas as you go so you can try to outwit the tricksters and make it to the end. The Forbidden Corner is the kind of family attraction that’ll have you planning your next visit on the way home, and there’s no place quite like it. Think trees with faces, a taxing treasure hunt and a little bit of magic.